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Eptesicus dimissus Thomas, 1916
No subspecies, known only by nominate form.
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A small-sized bat with a long tail. The forearm length averages 42.0 mm (39.4 - 43.9 mm). Ears small with narrowly rounded tips; tragus is about half the height of the pinna. Muzzle is broad and flat, and has very distinct, nearly naked pararhinal glandular swellings. Pelage fine, short and sparse. Dorsal pelage chestnut brown. Ventral surface paler. Interfemoral membrane, ears, and wing membranes mid-brown, distinctly darker than pelage.
This bat roosts in man-made structures, ruined buildings, caves and cracks in rocks in South Asia.
Nepal - Central Nepal
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